Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe - Study Guide Chapter 5: The Pretty Pennies Picket Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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July: The Blakes' green pick-up arrives at the Lambert's house. Luther is dressed in his Sunday's finest. He only pays attention to the arriving vehicle when the beautiful Ginny alights from the truck. Ginny is accompanied by Susan, Esther and Bonnie - who along with Beth and Ginny, are all members of the Pretty Pennies girls club. After partaking in some lemonade and snacks, Beth calls the meeting to order. Bonnie, the most outspoken of the group, complains that the only business they cover is gossiping about the boys in the Tiger Hunters' Club. The others agree. Beth takes offense at Ginny's suggestion that the club needs a new president.

To save her presidency, Beth suggests a fun idea. They should challenge the members of the Tiger Hunters' club to a relay race at the Old Rugged Cross Church...

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